Family and kinship : a study of the Pandits of rural Kashmir
Introduction: There are many general ethnographic studies of Indian tribes, castes and village communities but very few empirical studies of kinship and descent. Several writers have written on the Hindu joint family, but the emphasis in these studies has been on Sanskrit texts, and the picture of the Hindu family given therein, rather than on its actual working in different parts of India. Chapter One: The Valley of Kashmir and its People: Historically Kashmir has been in close contact...[Show more]
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